“A jewel box in the 9th district. My friend Évi says the area is nothing less than the Berlin of Hungary. Well, if that is so, the restaurant itself is the embodiment of French romance. I root for Petrus, I left the table happily. I recommend Petrus to anyone who loves good food, intimate dinners with friends, and of course romantic dates.”
“Punk romance – Petrus. We love when somebody apparently bangs their head against the wall. When they get off the beaten track. Those people are our friends. Because the 9th district hasn’t been famous for fine-dining so far. So far. Petrus is good all-around. An old man played the accordion and the evening kicked off in a romantic vein straightaway. “
“Pumpkin stew comme il faut. Zoltán Feke says he wants Petrus to be a real hangout with a familiar vibe. We will surely return. He evidently put his heart and soul in it. He says the restaurant is decorated with pots and pans he found during his trips to France, and more importantly, he works with people he built a team rapport with in the past twenty years.”
“Whoever manages to score two Bib Gourmand recommendations is right to start his own restaurant. He’s destined to succeed. Zoltán Feke found the right spot in Ferencváros where to realize what he’d dreamt up during his travels in France. He wrapped the concept of a familiar restaurant in a French ambience, and improved it with an also homely open kitchen.”
“The confident chef opted for Ferencváros instead of an elegant neighbourhood. A Parisian ambience, gourmet dishes, at Ferencváros prices. The selection praises our grandmothers’ cooking with a contemporary twist. Potato cream soup is served with sausage chips, rib roast comes with a splash of porcini gravy.”
The comfort food that represents the Petrus, means a little bit of food from home, but it is free of frills. The finest ingredients and work in decent meal is prepared by the chef who serves you sometimes. They will be familiar flavors of grandma”s kitchen which we have got used to.
The name of Zoltán Feke is not unknown on the Hungarian gastronomy scene. Only a few chefs in Hungary have ever managed to get a Bib Gourmand nomination for their restaurants. Zoltán received two for Vár: a Speiz, the restaurant he is now leaving to open his own place, named Petrus, in District 9.
The name of Zoltán Feke is not unknown on the Hungarian gastronomy scene. He received two Bib Gourmand nominations for Vár: a Speiz, the restaurant he is now leaving to open his own place, named Petrus, in District 9.